Liquid Audio, Inc. is making thousands of songs from BMG artists available to consumers as digital downloads. Music fans can preview and purchase tracks in both the Liquid and Windows Media format and transfer tracks to portable devices. These new digital downloads can be found at leading retail and music Web sites in the Liquid Music Network including Best Buy (http://www.bestbuy.com/), Compact Disc World (http://www.clubcd.com/), Face the Music (http://www.facethe.com/) and Waterloo Records (http://www.waterloorecords.com/) as well as http://store.liquid.com/.
Using Liquid Audio technology, music fans can download tracks from a wide variety of BMG artists including Kenny Chesney, Dido, Eve 6, David Gray, Alan Jackson, Run-DMC, The Strokes and many more. In addition, the companies are making a new single from legendary rock star Elvis Presley, as remixed by DJ JXL, available for the first time as a digital download. The single, "A Little Less Conversation," is available to music fans in the U.S. for .98 cents and can be downloaded and burned to a CD. The track is the first single to be released from BMG's forthcoming album project, ELV1S 30 #1 Hits, available to music fans on September 24, 2002.
"This launch of new releases from BMG brings a variety of top name digital music to our growing catalog of secure a la carte downloads," said Dick Wingate, senior vice president of Content Development and Label Relations. "We're excited to be the first digital music service provider to release the Elvis worldwide smash remix and look forward to working with BMG to bring even more of their music to consumers via the Internet. 'The King' has finally gone digital."